Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kaanom (English: A few pages are missing in between) is a 2012 Indian Tamil black comedy film and the directorial debut for Balaji Tharaneetharan. Featuring Vijay Sethupathi and Gayathrie Shankar in the lead roles,The plot revolves around a young man who forgets a full year of his life, 2 days before his wedding.
The music and background score of the film are composed by Ved Shankar and Siddarth Vippin respectively. The film released on 30 November 2012 to very positive reviews from critics. The film was remade in Telugu as Pusthakamlo Konni Pageelu Missing with newcomers Sree and Supraja in lead roles and it was also remade in Kannada as Kwatley Satisha with Satish Neenasam and Sonia Gowda playing lead roles. The film is also being remade in Malayalam as Medulla Oblangata with Rahul Madhav.
Prem Kumar (Vijay Sethupathi) is all set to get married to his lover Dhanalakshmi (Gayathrie Shankar). Two days before his wedding, Prem decides to try his hand at playing cricket with his friends — Bagavathi (Bagavathi Perumal), Balaji Tharaneetharan (Rajkumar) and Saras (Vigneswaran).
The game gets a little serious as Prem in a bid to catch a ball falls down only to get injured in his head. He quickly gets back on his toes as the injury is not serious. But soon after the match, the friends are in for a shock. Due to the injury, Prem develops retrograde amnesia and short-term memory loss, wherein he remembers the chain of events which leads to the injury but forgets the last one year of his life and fails to remember everything after the injury.
He remembers his life till college and recognizes his friends, but is clueless about his upcoming wedding and about Dhanalakshmi herself, as it is during the last one year that he met her, fell in love with her and decided to marry her. Fearing trouble, his friends take him to a doctor, who says that he could recover anytime. Hence, his friends plan to keep him in their company, enact a drama till he ties the wedding knot, with the hope that he would get back his memory soon, while covering Prem's disorder from everyone else. In the end, everything works out well, and Prem gets his memory back.